Variable structure modelling methodology: An adaptive computer architecture example

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A family of models is defined as a set of variants generated by applying admissible structure transformations to a nominal model. In variable structure modelling methodology, a model is able to select successive variants for its own structure depending on prevailing behavioral circumstances. Such a methodology has application to a variety of important problem areas. Knowledge representation and decision schemes are discussed for mediating the selection of the next variant and its realization in a structure state transition. Since such structure transformation must be locally implemented, the schemes involve distributed and cooperative interaction among model components. This approach is illustrated in the context of an adaptive computer architecture simulation model.
Publisher
Society for Computer Simulation
Issue Date
1990-12
Language
English
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TRANSACTIONS OF THE SOCIETY FOR COMPUTER SIMULATION, v.7, no.4, pp.291 - 319

ISSN
0740-6797
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/12880
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EE-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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